The Long-Suffering Eisel, Part VII of 939 Drawings: My Facebook Friends’ Profile Pictures in Watercolor & Ink

Posted on Jul 2, 2013 in art, online | 11 Comments

No, that’s not DameĀ Julie Andrews, it’s her doppleganger, Mrs. Charlotte Eisel. Mrs. Eisel was one of my English teachers at Central High School. For weeks now, she has been “patiently waiting” for her portrait as a part of my Facebook Profile Pictures Project. She also requested that I “make her beautiful.” No effort required, Mrs. […]

Part VI of 939 Drawings: My Facebook Friends’ Profile Pictures in Watercolor & Ink

Posted on Jun 14, 2013 in art, online | 7 Comments

Just a few more before we get back on the road for a few weeks! We’re taking off tomorrow for Kansas, Colorado, and Iowa. We’re going to be visiting artists at the University of Colorado Boulder, visit with family and friends, and run a 5K. We’ll return to Ohio for a bit in Early July. […]

Part V of 939 Drawings: My Facebook Friends’ Profile Pictures in Watercolor & Ink: #102-145

Posted on Jun 12, 2013 in art, online | 9 Comments

First off, congrats to newly-minted-father Jimmy pictured above! Facebook can be a real time suck, and sometimes it gets depressing, but I am always glad to hear of good things happening to friends/acquaintances. It can certainly brighten a morning. And jokes. I always love a good joke. And so it continues, this project I began […]

Part IV of 939 Drawings: My Facebook Friends’ Profile Pictures in Watercolor & Ink

Posted on Jun 5, 2013 in art, online | 10 Comments

Here are just a couple more spreads completed in my recent project. I’ve actually gotten a bunch more done, but haven’t had a chance to scan them in yet! We were in Kentucky to install an exhibition and teach at a workshop for High School Students in Life Drawing and Pronto Plate Printmaking at Murray […]

939 Drawings: My Facebook Friends’ Profile Pictures in Watercolor & Ink

Posted on May 28, 2013 in art, online | 14 Comments

I was at the Office StoreĀ a couple of days ago and, as per usual, my sole purpose for being there was just to buy black ink for the printer and boxes full of resume paper. And there’s always something kind of embarrassing about that. Not quite as embarrassing as when you have to get medicine […]